Thursday, July 20, 2006

Fantastic lady: AJK Bagh, Pakistan


Ms Naszeen Aziz on left handside,
fantastic lady in AJK Bagh

The ruins of Naszeen 's school

The temporary class room


The broken & bumpy mountain road to Bagh

Earthquake affected area in Pakistan

Bagh AJK, Pakisatan, the village where located in the Himalaya mountain and partially area of Jammu & Kashmir, Ms. Nasreen Aziz, a woman with physically disabled, is living in Sesar Village in Bagh. She is a teacher for regular girls’ high school. She is also a former APCD Participants. After the disaster occurred, she was quickly to contact the others persons with disabilities who are the leader to assist her to run the project called a barrier-free environment to support many people who became disabled due the great earthquake. Moreover, she has a plane to find a fund to reconstruct the school that was partially crack down and broken. In the meantime, the students have to learn in a tent. She hopes to utilize one room of the school to be Independent Living Centre (ILC) sine she has got training for ILC management and peer-counseling from APCD. The other site of Bagh, Many villagers are living in the shelter and the broken buildings are still waiting to move away and re construct. The Pakistan Government does set up ERRA or Earthquake reconstruction and Rehabilitation Authority to take this matter in to account.

10 Comments:

Blogger Huong Thi Thu Nguyen said...

Dear Sao,
Great to hear from you frequently on out network and know that you have still been so active, hard working and optimistic. I'd love your article and pics so much. Could I translate it into Vietnamese and print it on a magazine for PWDs and orphans in Vietnam (the Supporter)?
It's so convenient to me if you reply me by email at: huong1903@yahoo.com.
Thank you alot, Sao.
Best regards,
Huong

7:04 PM  
Blogger Birendra Raj Pokharel said...

Hi Saowalak,
You are the part of inspiration for those who wish to get more information regarding the disability activities. You really have encouraged all your friends. congratulation and best wishes.
Birendra

6:29 PM  
Anonymous Anna said...

This can be useful for many people working in countries hard hit by catastrophs.
Anna, SHIA

2:27 PM  
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8:06 AM  
Blogger Shurdarson Subedi said...

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8:23 AM  
Blogger Shurdarson Subedi said...

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8:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good fill someone in on and this mail helped me alot in my college assignement. Thanks you on your information.

3:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

nice little school in a wild rugged landscape, it suits it well Anthony

10:06 PM  
Anonymous Carlos said...

there are so many fantastic people in the most unlikely places in the world

6:43 PM  
Anonymous Donato said...

good to see brave people are ready to help and give and leave their comfort zone

1:53 AM  

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